Hands Down: Celts’ Rajon Rondo Will Be The No. 1 Point Guard In a Few Years

May 9th, 2010 by Josh Dhani Leave a reply »
29 points, 18 rebounds, 13 assists, and two steals. Adding to that, this guy led his team to a win over the best team in the NBA.

He's 6'1", 171 pounds, and extremely underrated. He's a point guard, too.

He's part of a very valuable list with Hall-of-Famers after a few years in the National Basketball Association:

Most triple-doubles in first
50 playoff games

Player Triple-Doubles Magic Johnson 13 Oscar Robertson 8 Jason Kidd 6 Rajon Rondo 4  

For No. Nine of the Boston Celtics, I present you Rajon Rondo.

After probably one of the best performances in his team's franchise history, and probably in the league, Rajon Rondo displayed greatness in a 97-87 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, to get the Celtics back in the series 2-2.

With this performance, Rajon Rondo should now be seen as one of the Top Five point guards in the NBA, hands down. You can't get a better player than him.

He's worked so hard to get himself to this status. This game marks what is going to happen in a few years: Rajon Rondo will in fact be a No. One point guard in the NBA.

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